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Hurom H-AA Vertical Slow Juicer in Silver

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Sporting an improved in design and fine tuned performance, the Hurom H-AA is at the current frontrunner in the world of vertical juicers. It contains Alpha Technology juicing components, which have been developed by Hurom to provide a smoother, and more efficient juicing experience than ever before.

Most major manufacturers have been slow in launching new models that improve on even Hurom's 2nd Generation models. So, we are very glad to see Hurom themselves leading the way with new pioneering technology in this 3rd Generation. In terms of capability the H-AA is amazing, especially when you compare it's features to its price, and its bonus accessories of a coarse screen and homogenising blank make it one of the most versatile vertical juicers to date.


Juicer Features

  • Slow 43 RPM motor with quiet operation
  • Separate 17 RPM screen and spinning brush rotation
  • Alpha juicing components
  • Semi-transparent hopper
  • Ergonomic design with utility based features
  • Pulp discharge control lever
  • Easy to clean
  • Simple to assemble
  • BPA free materials

Juicer Review

3rd Generation Improvements

With so many slow juicers on the market it can be tough to know the good from the bad. That's why we here at only stock the best of the best, and when we got our hands on this juicer we had no doubt that it qualified. One thing we noticed right from the start was the slimmer and sleeker body of the H-AA compared to many other vertical juicers. This makes it lighter and much more comfortable to move. The H-AA also has some very noticeable upgrades to its juicing components, which include: an improved augur design, a revamped spinning brush and a new gearing system in the base of the juicing bowl. This new gearing system allows the spinning brush to rotate and an incredible 17 RPM which is much slower than the previous HH 11 2nd Generation juicer, which rotated at the same speed as the motor.

Efficient Augur Design

The new auger design removes the wings from the previous 2nd generation which allow for better and easier assembly of the juicer and also as the wings were quite thin on the edges it means it is also less likely to break if dropped. Apart from that, the new design we believe will allow for more efficient juicing of your fruit and vegetables which will result in a greater yield

Slow Spin Speeds

The new juicing screen and spinning brush design make the new Hurom H-AA Alpha 3rd Generation model easier to assemble and maintain however most of all it can extract more juice from the fruit and vegetables. We found that the wiper blades were more robust than the previous version as well as the wiper blades having grooves at the bottom which allows the new gearing system to work.

Streamlined Juicing Bowl

The new juicing bowl design is a marked improvement in several different ways, and we believe that the biggest improvement is the new gearing system which allows the wiper blades to rotate at just 17 RPM. This means that you get minimal foaming and also a well-mixed juice as a result. We also found that the juicer itself is more robust with fewer rubber parts and there is a cut-out where the pulp would come out which means that it makes it far easier to clean.

The Hurom H-AA is versatile, not only does it come with the Fine Screen but it now comes with 2 new attachments the Coarse Screen and the Homogenizing Screen or Sorbet Screen. This opens up the possibility to use your juicer for a wide variety of recipes. These include nut and soya milk, frozen sorbet, nut butter, hummus, smoothies as well as juices.


Easy Operation

From our testing, we found it very easy to use and to clean. To get the highest possible yield with minimal cleaning, we advise that you chop the fruit and vegetable into small chunks which are about 2 inches in length and feed them in slowly. As soon as you see the pulp ejecting, then you feed in more. This will give you the best yield, driest pulp and also least amount of time cleaning the juicer.

Regarding cleaning, we advise at the end to keep the juicer running and poor in a glass of water with the juice cap closed and let the water build on in the juicing chamber. Then after 20 seconds drain and repeat. This will clean most of your juicer out, and then you simply rinse the parts in running water using the cleaning brush to clean the juicing screen.

Our Verdict

The new Hurom H-AA Alpha 3rd Generation Juicer is a fantastic juicer and one which we believe is an improvement over the previous 2nd Generation HH 11 2G model. Not only will this improve the quality of juice that you will be getting but also the extra attachments such as the coarse screen and homogenising screen make it even more versatile than ever before.


*Please note this model does not come with the juice container lid, hopper lid, small cleaning brush and chamber rack (drying stand)

Free Next Working Day Delivery to the UK


43 RPM
150 W
10 Years (Motor) 5 Years (Parts)
4.8 KGS


18.0 cm
40.7 cm
23.3 cm

Box Contents

1 x Juicer Motor Base 1 x Juicing Bowl 1 x Augur 1 x Fine Juicing Screen 1 x Spinning Brush 1 x Hopper 1 x Coarse Juicing Screen 1 x Homogenising Screen 1 x Juice Collection Container 1 x Pulp Collection Container 1 x Cleaning Brush 1 x Pusher
Is this the right juicer for you?
Is this the right juicer for you?
Is this the right juicer for you?

Product Reviews

  • 5
    Huron H AA

    Easy to use Easy to clean Good juice extraction Quiet What more do you want from a juicer

    Posted by Stuart on 3rd Oct 2021
  • 5
    Great product

    Sleek and very quality juicer. I love it more than I like the price.

    Posted by Nik on 4th Oct 2017
  • 5
    Brilliant; better than the Kuvings

    I'm really pleased with this juicer. It's quiet, easy to clean and efficient. It may have a smaller chute but that isn't a problem for me. It's better than the Kuvings as it has a flat top near the chute so doesn't chuck all of the pulp up into the dome. It's also quieter.

    Posted by Jo R on 15th Sep 2017